Find Time For Dates Between Classes & Extracurriculars

The structure of college life makes it easier to hang out or hook up than to find a serious romantic partner. Yet, 83 percent of women hope to be married in the future and 63 percent want to meet their future mate in college, according to a study done by the Independent Women's Forum.

Male and female students juggling school work, part-time jobs, sports teams, community service and socializing are hard-pressed to make standing Friday night commitments with a date. If you're interested in getting past the hookup stage and forming a real relationship, learn how to identify potential mates and how to make real relationships work.

Relationship Help Forum: Fidelity Issues

The relationship help forum is a regular element here on the Relationship Blog. I take a letter from a woman with a real relationship crisis (sent to me on a relationship forum elsewhere) and edit all the identifiable details so she can't be identified. I know that highlighting these issues here will help this blog's readers who're facing the same situations in their lives, as I also include my answer to the original letter. 

Today's real life relationship story reminds us of how important it is to stay true to ourselves and what we know is right. Sally's (not her real name) story illustrates how we can sometimes allow relationships to make us second-guess even our own conscience. You can see other relationship help forum stories at this page.

Ways To Cope With Long-Distance Relationships

Can you think of great ways to cope with long-distance relationships? A long distance relationship isn’t an easy thing to maintain. It isn’t only difficult on the half that is left behind, it’s also hard on the partner who had to leave. In times of stress and doubt you may feel that you can’t continue with your relationship or that the time you have together isn’t worth the time that you spend apart – but there are ways to deal with these thoughts and feelings. 
Anne Lyken-Garner is a published author, editor and freelance writer. Her specialities include relationships and confidence building. You can find her inspirational memoir here.
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